Compliance synthesis of a class of planar compliant parallelogram mechanisms using the position space concept
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Compliant mechanisms can be reconfigured with variation of compliance performance, by changing the positions of each compliant module thereof within its position space. This paper synthesizes the compliance of two types of parallelogram mechanisms by changing the positions of compliant joints within their position spaces. Through analytical modelling, detailed analysis is implemented to uncover the influence of positions on compliance characteristics. Finally, some desired designs are presented.
Fasteners , Legged locomotion , Transmission line matrix methods , Manufacturing processes , Analytical models , Robot sensing systems , Stress
Hao, G., Yu, J. and Liu, Y. (2018) 'Compliance synthesis of a class of planar compliant parallelogram mechanisms using the position space concept', 2018 International Conference on Reconfigurable Mechanisms and Robots (ReMAR), Delft, Netherlands, 20-22 June. doi:10.1109/REMAR.2018.8449882
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